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Ipswich Town 0 v 1 Sheffield Wednesday
SkyBet League One
Saturday, 2nd February 2019 Kick-off 15:00
dukey44 added 17:12 - Feb 2
Absolutely rubbish why don't we put 2 up front...

runningout added 17:46 - Feb 2
Winnable game thrown in bin

StowTractorBoy added 18:20 - Feb 2
Players we have just not good enough for this league. Our own worst enemy playing one very poor striker up top who is a waste of loan money. Should have been thrashed with the chances Wednesday had and 1-0 does not show a reflection of how poor we really are. Probably the worst time of my life in relation to my beloved football club but have been lucky enough to see all the good times home and abroad. Very down about it all to be honest my only consolation being 6 or 7 new grounds to visit next season. I look back in disbelief at how this Club has plummeted and is going into the 3rd tier of English football for sure. I like all that Lambert says but beginning to worry about his tactics now. Says all the right things but that does not get us points. Don't think many people to be fair could get us out of the hole Hurst left us in. Very sad days for our once great Club. Ah well at least we have the history but that is small consolation at the moment.

Pecker added 19:27 - Feb 2
We were awful today. Worst performance under Lambert. Quaner is really poor and should be sent back. Judge is still being played out of position and defensively we were poor. I could write more, but I really can't be bothered. We were cr@p.

sixtyblue added 21:07 - Feb 2
Kenlock just not up to it too slow, completely lacks any pace whatsoever

harlingblue added 04:09 - Feb 3
The system played by both Hurst and now Lambert is a joke, with the players that both have bought into the club.
We could play our U23 team with the best of the players bought in, and do a better job.
The opposition keeper didn't even need a shower after the game, as we pass it so slowly at the back, allowing the opposition to jog back into defensive positions to wait for the eventual long ball from keeper or hapless defender that has to search for a midfielder or an attacking player that actually wants the ball.
Bishop was a breath of fresh air, whilst on the pitch, Pennington excellent, Nsiala did fine as a defender, but is not comfortable on the ball, while the full backs Kenlock and Bree showed no attacking intent and were shown vulnerable in defensive areas, as the killer goal proved.
Quener was a passenger up front, Keane added more, as would Harrison, but with no natural wingers or a natural playmaker, were are the goals coming from to actually win games?

Cakeman added 07:39 - Feb 3
Battled hard as usual but never looked like scoring. Was please with Judge and Bishop who I thought were our best players by a distance. Have it their all but didn’t have much help from other team mates.
Thought Bannan was the pick for the Owls. Like Judge and Bishop he worked his socks off.
PS I think Joao is now the new David Nugent as he certainly likes scoring at Portman Road.

Maltster added 10:19 - Feb 3
Bring back Jonas Knudsen he is a much better left back than Kenlock and he is a decent centre back - offer him a new contract

cobboldkid added 16:28 - Feb 3
Nothing offered by Town

Ipswich24 added 09:56 - Feb 5
Bart 6
Bree 5
Nsiala 6
Pennington 7
Kenlock 5
Bishop 6
Skuse 5
Downes 6
Sears 6
Quaner 4
Judge 5
Chalobah 6
Harrison 5
Keane 6

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